Stargaze with Your Sweetheart at Valentine’s Night at the Cincinnati Observatory

According to the Cincinnati Observatory, its hall plays host to the oldest telescope anywhere across the globe. What could be more romantic than stargazing through this vintage telescope with your significant other at your side on Valentine's Day? When you register for Valentine's Night at the Cincinnati Observatory, this unique date night is yours.

Due to the popularity of this annual event, the Cincinnati Observatory will offer two time slots this year — and 8 to 10 p.m. is already sold out. But you can still snag a reservation for the 5 to 7 p.m. session, which will allow you and your paramour plenty of time to stargaze, nibble on chocolate and sip complimentary drinks, and enjoy live music and fresh flowers. With clear skies, you should be able to see Orion and the Seven Sisters star cluster on Valentine's Day. Tickets are $70 per couple, and you should purchase yours now since this event often sells out.